8th Colloquium: The need for magic - On ai, translation & navigation (2019)
| by Auris-E. Lipinksi
The need for magic: On artificial intelligence, translation & navigation Introduction by Alexander Mankowksy Presentation by Auris-E Lipinski: Translation as (magical) transformation in navigation and path descriptions Presentation Katja Stepec: Translation as a criterion for Artificial Intelligence.
Date: Saturday, 26. January 2019 Time: 12:00 o`clock (ends at 18:00)
Our seventh workshop took place on 7th March 2015. It was a presentation and discussion of a take on distributed cognition and perception theories by Auris-E. Lipinski. Time: 11-16 o´clock. Location: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, Room 2093. Among the participants were CEO´s of differently engaged companies (VIOM, HFC, HeuroLabs), already working in research projects concerning cognition.
Our fifth workshop "Embedded cognition" took place on 25th October 2014. It was a closer look on different versions of embodiment, situated cognition and related concepts with a focus on the Extended Mind Hypothesis.